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I have a few questions. My son's birthday is coming up in about 20 days and I was wondering what the true difference was between a tent and a gazebo or a canopy? In addition, I was wondering whether I could fit four tables that were 6ft long each under t
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 06:28 PM

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A canopy usually refers to the type of canopy that folds and unfolds with the only assembly required is attaching the canopy top and walls. A gazebo requires the frame to be assembled and is a more steady structure than the canopy and offers more rain protection. A tent usually refers to an actual tent like you would see a circus held in. These are waterproof and also require assembly of the frame. Regarding the tables, we would need also need to know the width of the tables to ensure we give you the correct advice on whether they would fit.

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I have a few questions. My son's birthday is coming up in about 20 days and I was wondering what the true difference was between a tent and a gazebo or a canopy? In addition, I was wondering whether I could fit four tables that were 6ft long each under this Green Party Canopy. I wanted to place them in a way that they would form a square, and I believe it will fit, but wanted to make sure.

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